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Minimizing Project Risk and Disruption

Description

Inspired by the television show Deadliest Catch, class participants work through interactive project scenarios and exercises as they apply project risk management taught by real-world project managers. This risk management course introduces an effective risk management process framework, supplies the participants with templates, and challenges students to identify barriers to successfully implementing risk management on their projects. In addition, participants will learn key techniques to assessing risks, thorough response planning, and risk mitigation. Attend this class to gain the essential risk management skills and practical application, which will help attendees navigate the tumultuous seas of project uncertainty.

Objectives

  • Understand project-related risk
  • Learn standards and best practices for risk management
  • Learn how to apply risk management tools to current project(s)
  • Equip the team with tools to support practical risk management skills

Course Outcomes

  • Facilitates proactive behavior on projects
  • Produces a risk management plan for a participant’s project
  • Provides a foundation for consistent and measurable practice of risk management

Details

Dates: September 25th, 2018
Time: 8:30AM – 4:30PM
Location: Tulsa, Oklahoma
Price: $395.00

Course Includes: Course handouts, certificate for PDU credits (7), and all meals and snacks

Date:
September 25th, 2018
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM

Class Location:
Tulsa, OK
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This course helps to provide methods and ideas which can help me to improve my forecasting and risk management as a PM. Other team members' insight outside of my industry was enlightening.

- Russell R.

This course helps to bring logical methods, that are often de-prioritized, back to the top of a PM checklist.  The course also provides new ideas, learnings and other's perspectives to help improve one's skill in PM.

- Dana P.

Very engaging, informative course.  The course encouraged collaboration among participants and thinking in new directions.  It helped motivate me to bring these skills back to my job.

- John R.
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